Tool belt hammer holder – Leather vs. Steel loop
Which one is better? A metal hammer loop or a leather tool belt hammer holder. The answer to this depends on the kind of job you are about to do. It’s easy to slider a hammer in and out of a metal loop. Therefore, when you have to use a hammer every few seconds, a metal loop seems to be a more logical choice.
However, unlike a leather pouch, a metal loop doesn’t grip a hammer. Therefore, it’s annoying to walk when you have a hammer swinging in a metal loop.
- Easy-to-attach with a belt
- Rivets and nylon-stitching
- Durable quality for a heavy tool like hammer
- Made by professionals
Hammer holder – Made to last
The head of the hammer is an essential factor to consider when selecting a hammer holder for tool belt. A hammer with a smaller head will not sit well in a metal loop. In other words, the metal loop serves better if you have an axe or a hammer with a more oversized head.
Meanwhile, a leather hammer holder for tool belts is better for a hammer with a much smaller head. On the other hand, a hammer holder firmly holds a hammer. Hence there is no wild swinging. What does that mean?
If you have to rush in tight places or kneel, bend, and go in relatively small openings, this tool belt hammer holder is exactly what you need!
The details of the accessory
The Trojan tool belts hammer holder has triple end stitching with stainless steel rivets. There are six rivets in all, pressed at a very high pressure to ensure durability. The total length is 7.5 inches. At the same time, the pouch is 5 inches long. That’s more than enough to hold a hammer firmly. Therefore, it grips a hammer well.
Finally, the tool belt hammer holder for tool belt is of buffalo hide and you can use it with any belt. Therefore, you don’t have to wear a tool belt for this holder; instead, you can also use it with your dress belt.
Leather: Buffalo Leather
Rivets: Stainless Steel
Pockets & Tool Holders: 1